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Summary

Long slabs with a view of the lake

Description

Long limestone slabs which can be seen from the highway. SW facing.

Access issues inherited from David Thompson Corridor

Mostly crown land. The majority of routes in the area have been developed by C.O.E. (Centre for Outdoor Education) guides and instructors.

More info on COE here http://www.coe.ca/

You can pick up their local guidebook for $20, all proceeds go towards future route development.

You can also support the David Thompson Corridor Bolt Fund directly at the link below. https://www.gofundme.com/f/david-thompson-bolt-fund?fbclid=IwAR1N-uUwTTVtwd8GDheyCTfPZsZQFTLAlUEFkMFEnypOI6c8c6ZnsZSMyzg

Ethic inherited from David Thompson Corridor

This area is mostly used by COE guides and instructors. They do leave some gear and the crags, please respect it and leave it there.

This crag doesn't have any sub-areas or routes yet!

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This crag does not have any routes listed!

We really need somebody who knows this crag to tell us what sectors, cliffs, boulders and routes that are in this crag- just the names and grades at this stage. You may use our web interface or throw it into an excel spreadsheet and send it to us. You will be attributed and earn lots of Karma points. If you are a publisher then we can use your copyright.

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